|Basketball Bundesliga 2011-12|
|Duration||October 3, 2011 – April 28, 2012|
|Top seed||Brose Baskets|
(EWE Baskets Oldenburg)
The Basketball Bundesliga 2011–12 was the 46th season of the Basketball Bundesliga (BBL). Brose Baskets from Bamberg won its third straight title this season, by beating ratiopharm Ulm 3–0 in the Finals.
|Brose Baskets||Bamberg||Stechert Arena||6800||1st / PO / champion|
|ALBA Berlin||Berlin||O₂ World||14500||3rd / PO|
|Telekom Baskets Bonn||Bonn||Telekom Dome||6000||13th|
|New Yorker Phantoms Braunschweig||Braunschweig||Volkswagen Halle||6100||5th / PO|
|Eisbären Bremerhaven||Bremerhaven||Stadthalle Bremerhaven||4050||8th / PO|
|Fraport Skyliners||Frankfurt||Fraport Arena||5002||2nd / PO|
|LTi Giessen 46ers||Gießen||Sporthalle Gießen-Ost||4003||15th|
|BG Göttingen||Göttingen||Sparkassen-Arena||3447||7th / PO|
|Phoenix Hagen||Hagen||ENERVIE Arena||3402||11th|
|EnBW Ludwigsburg||Ludwigsburg||Arena Ludwigsburg||5300||9th|
|Bayern Munich||Munich||Audi Dome||6700||Pro A: 1st / promotion|
|EWE Baskets Oldenburg||Oldenburg||Kleine EWE Arena||3148||6th / PO|
|Artland Dragons||Quakenbrück||Artland-Arena||3000||4th / PO|
|TBB Trier||Trier||Arena Trier||5900||10th|
|Walter Tigers Tübingen||Tübingen||Paul Horn-Arena||3132||12th|
|Ratiopharm Ulm||Ulm||Ratiopharm Arena||6000||14th|
|s.Oliver Baskets||Würzburg||s. Oliver Arena||3140||Pro A: 2nd / promotion|
PO: Playoff; Rel: Relegation; Pro A: Division below BBL
|7||New Yorker Phantoms Braunschweig||18||16||36:32||2645:2651||-6|
|8||Telekom Baskets Bonn||18||16||36:32||2730:2618||+112|
|10||EWE Baskets Oldenburg||16||18||32:36||2736:2755||-19|
|12||WALTER Tigers Tübingen||15||19||30:38||2628:2719||-91|
|17||LTi Giessen 46ers||9||25||18:50||2341:2645||-304|
|= Qualification for Playoffs|
|= Relegation to Pro A|
|8||Telekom Baskets Bonn||1|
|7||NY Phantoms Braunschweig||0|
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